Daily Archives: December 31, 2010

Happy new year!

Happy new year to all you readers!  If you plan on driving, watch out for other drivers. By the way, sometimes I neglect checking the spam folder – and once in a while legitimate posts find their way there.  So … Continue reading

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LGBT rights

A recent alternet article points out that lesbians, gays, bisexuals and transsexuals (LGBT) suffer abuse all over the world.  Though the article did not come out and explicitly say so, it would appear that LGBT’s endure more violations of their … Continue reading

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Vietnamese imperialism against Cambodia

I was raised in a generation that was trained to view the Vietnamese as victims of American atrocities.  Growing up, we were treated to images of children burned by napalm,  stories of Agent Orange and “secret” bombings.  My generation was … Continue reading

Posted in pan-nationalism and multi-culturalism | 32 Comments